Greenville Radon Mitigation for HUD

Thursday, April 18, 2013 @ 04:04 PM
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Greenville Radon Mitigation Concerns

HUD Greenville Radon MitigationIf you read the article posted by S.W.A.T. Environmental last month, then you probably know about the new HUD requirements that are affecting many of us. Across the nation, homeowners are taking action against radon in their home for the sake of their safety, and to maintain in regulation with HUD. The new guidelines set in place by HUD require that every unit in multi-family homes to be tested for radon gas. Any unit that shows high levels of radon gas must have a Greenville radon mitigation system installed.

While it may sound like a complicated process, it does not have to be. A radon mitigation expert should be able to properly lower your levels without much effort. The first action you need to take before you will know of whether or not any action is required is to have a test conducted on your Greenville, SC home. Tests are important as this gas is both odorless and colorless. This means that there is no other true way to determine whether or not you are being affected by this gas.

The two types of tests you should be aware of are a long term test and a short term test. A short term test may take as short as a week to provide accurate results. A long term test may take a month or more, but it does however have a little more accurate results. Regardless of which test you choose for your Greenville, SC home, you will have a better idea of whether or not Greenville radon mitigation is needed. Make sure to keep your doors and windows closed through as much of this process as possible to provide the most accurate results.

The Greenville Radon Mitigation Process

If your home has high levels of radon gas, you will need to contact a professional who has the years of experience and knowledge to properly handle your Greenville radon mitigation. S.W.A.T. Environmental is the nation’s leading radon mitigation company, and we will be able to reduce your gas levels by as much as 99%. We can pinpoint the source of the radon gas, and install a low visibility system that will help remove the radon from your home. We have the years of experience, and all of the needed certifications to properly handle the job. We provide a free quote, so you have nothing to lose, and only your health to gain.

With more than 20,000 people dying each year because of this horrible gas, it makes sense why radon gas is such a threat to so many. Heed the warnings from HUD, and keep your multi-family home in regulation through the help of S.W.A.T. Environmental. Let us handle your Greenville radon mitigation needs with a new system. Reduce the radon gas from your Greenville home, and stay in regulation with all of the new guidelines today.

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